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and killing the 13-year-old fairfield girl. kpix 5 reporter tells us that his life seemed to be unraveling. >> reporter: the murder suspect had grown increasingly violent in recent days according to the restraining order documents obtained by the fairfield daily republic newspaper. he lived with his wife here, one of several homes that were swarming with investigators on friday, but recently moved out, given the fact that he and his wife had separated in december. on january 25, she told the court in an application for a restraining order that she and her husband were in the car headed home when he began describing how a woman he had been trying to date had rejected him. "anthony looked at me and said i don't want to scare you, but i have a knife and a gun and i don't want to die alone." at that point she writes she was so afraid her husband was going to kill her that she jumped out of the car as it was moving and escaped into a nearby shopping center. she wrote, "i believe if i brought him back to the house he would kill me and then kill himself." mrs. jones also wrote of another incident
and penalties were called. time outs were used up. when they did not convert, that's when the crowd pretty much knew that it was over. folks that were stunned in disbelief, some were even in tears. >> they should have checked it. >> it hurts, it hurts. it hurts like none other. you go through your whole entire line up. and i went to '94, you know, my only time. but it hurts to lose in that game. the top of the top and you go down like this. it's rough. >> and the monday morning quarterbacking has already begun. we've heard from fans who said maybe if alex smith was in the game, maybe if they called that holding penalty on that run that crabtree made into the end zone. over and over though we heard from fans say next year. we'll get them next year. ken? >> i can't believe somebody actually asked for alex smith back in the game. people get desperate. people in desperate times, desperate ideas come up. but listen to this, we did a little math rear. >> yeah. >> the certain subset, if they are not all that bummed right now. these would be the people where they would put their money where their heart
. whether it was used as a weapon is still unclear. billboards of south africa's golden boy are coming down. all his races have been canceled so he can focus on his defense. at a church, they prayed. and for oscar on suicide watch until his next court hearing that same day. cbs news, london. >>> at the vatican there were larger than usual crowds to receive pope sunday's blessing at st. peters square. they know it'll be one of his last services before retiring next month. >> reporter: pope benedict xvi treated it as business as usual. but usual days don't draw crowds like this. an estimated 50,000 faithfuls at st. peters square. his recent service was in spanish. asking the crowd to pray for the next pope. in italian, he understands the difficulty of the decision. >> reporter: do we want to follow the eye? or god, yeah? the individual interest for that is really good. from street level, the pope was the near white speck and the voice. >> we came to see the pope because we know since he's leaving this will be one of his last public appearances. so we felt that we should be here to witness it.
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